Coloring Pages - Reward Tags similar to Brag Tags - Classroom Management!

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Rachel Lynette
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These are beautifully made and very engaging in my underprivileged classroom. Students really enjoyed an opportunity to earn rewards for different things throughout the day.
Really like these they were nicely made and easy to use. My students were excited to make them a make them there own.
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Take Reward Tags to the next level with your older students. Rather than just receiving the tag, students take an active role by coloring and finishing the tag themselves! This will increase their "buy in" and motivation to attain the tags and reinforce the character traits on each one, as students will think about the words on the tags as they color.

There are 50 tags altogether, each with a different positive character trait and a unique background to color.



  • 50 Reward Tags
    • prints 15 to a page


  • Print on card stock, if possible, for extra durability.
  • Your students will value them more if you don’t give out too many – maybe one or two a week per student. You can give a student the same tag more than one time. They can just color it differently.
  • Consider writing a quick note on the back to personalize the tag.
  • Well-sharpened, colored pencils work well. They are more forgiving than markers.
  • Consider setting up a Reward Tag supply area or center with colored pencils, packing tape on a dispenser or pre-cut contact paper rectangles, scissors, and a hole punch.
  • Reward Tags that have been given out are often kept on a necklace, but older kids may prefer a large binder ring. Necklaces or rings can be kept on hooks
  • Reward Tags that have not been given out can be kept in a plastic craft bin with many small compartments or in baggies or envelopes.

Because your students color the tags, there is no laminating for you! Instead, students “laminate” their own tags after coloring with either clear packing tape or contact paper. Saves you time and money, builds independence for your students.

Tags Included:

  • Made a Wise Choice
  • Problem Solver
  • Peace Maker
  • Above and Beyond
  • Manners Matter
  • You Did it!
  • Perfect Participation
  • 100% Effort
  • Super for the Sub
  • Bright Idea
  • Tried Something New
  • Terrific Teamwork
  • Super Helper
  • Met that Goal
  • Ray of Sunshine
  • Fantastic Friend
  • Got Grit
  • Quiet Worker
  • Kept Trying
  • Hard Worker
  • On Task
  • Deep Thinker
  • Growth Mindset
  • Gave 100%
  • Positive Attitude
  • Kindness Counts
  • Good Listener
  • Self Control
  • Dependable
  • Leader
  • Honest
  • Thoughtful
  • Determined
  • Creativity
  • Cooperative
  • Independent
  • Resourceful
  • Trustworthy
  • Enthusiastic
  • Proactive
  • Generous
  • Courage
  • Stellar Speller
  • Writing Wizard
  • Math Whiz
  • Super Scientist
  • Tech Genius
  • Reading Rockstar
  • Amazing Artist
  • Awesome Athlete


Here’s what teachers are saying:

✏️ "These were crazy motivating for my 3rd graders. I printed on cardstock and then laminated. Students were able to color with sharpies as an early finisher activity. They proudly wore their brag tag lanyards and would invite their parents in to class to show them off." -Janna C.

✏️ "I've been looking for Brag Tags to use with my 5th graders. My students enjoyed the chance to make the tags their own by coloring. Thanks for creating this resource!" -Heather R.

✏️ "I used these as daily rewards for the 15 days of summer school to encourage good attendance and build community. Most of my students enjoyed coloring them and then they covered them with contact paper that I had precut ahead of time. Thank you for this helpful product!" -Lori T.

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This artwork was hand-drawn and copyrighted by Rachel Lynette. This resource is for personal and single classroom use only. You may not alter, redistribute, or sell any part of this resource. Teachers may distribute this product in email, through google classroom or over the Internet to their students (and parents) as long as the site is password protected. In other words, you may distribute it to your own students, but may not put it on the Internet where it could be publicly found and downloaded.

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This product is happily brought to you by Rachel Lynette and Cassi Noack of Minds in Bloom

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